radial_arm_saw_gen by TPenney

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									Job Safety Analysis Worksheet
Title of Job/Operation Radial Arm Saw Date: Name of Employee Observed Analysis Made By Department No.

Position /Title(s) of Person(s) Who Does Job

Section Sequence of Basic Job Steps 1. Check and prepare work site.

Analysis Approved By Potential Accidents or Hazards 1a. Slips, trips, and falls. Recommended Safe Job Procedures 1a. Clear area on floor around saw. Remove any pieces of wood or other objects along the fence. Assure blade is sharp.

2. Check thickness of material to be cut.

2a. Saw could kick back toward employee and jam material and saw.

2a. Check clearance before turning on saw.

3. Place material to be cut against fence and align with saw.

3a. Saw could jam and kick back.

3a. Make sure material is held securely against fence and is properly aligned with blade.

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contact With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Steps 4. Cut material as required.

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures slowly while holding material secure. Do not use gloves.

4a. Kick back and damage to material or saw. 4a. Turn saw on and pull saw towards you

5. Clean area.

5a. Slips, trips, falls of next employee who will use equipment.

5a. Pick up all cut offs and left over material. Be sure to turn saw off.

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. 2. 3. 4.

Struck By (SB) Struck Against (SA) Contacted By (CB) Contact With (CW)

5. 6. 7. 8.

Caught On (CO) Caught In (CI) Caught Between (CBT) Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. 2. 3. 4.

Struck By (SB) Struck Against (SA) Contacted By (CB) Contact With (CW)

5. 6. 7. 8.

Caught On (CO) Caught In (CI) Caught Between (CBT) Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contract With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contract With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contract With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contract With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)

Sequence of Basic Job Steps

Potential Accidents or Hazards

Recommended Safe Job Procedures

1. Struck By (SB) 2. Struck Against (SA) 3. Contacted By (CB) 4. Contract With (CW)

5. Caught On (CO) 6. Caught In (CI) 7. Caught Between (CBT) 8. Fall-Same Level (FS)

9. Fall To Below (FB) 10. Overexertion (OE) 11. Exposure (E)


								
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